Life outdoors is a challenge, especially when it comes to access to safe, drinking water. If you plan to spend a couple of days hiking or camping, having to carry around tons of water is inconvenient. So you’ll just carry enough.
The sad truth is. The water that you have brought with you may not be enough. There will come a time when you need to do what the man on the picture above doing: drink from what appears to be a pool of water, the origin of which will be something that you will not question if you are dying of thirst.
So, the question is: do you think you can do it?
If you take a closer look, you’ll see that the man is holding an apparatus that helps him suck in the water. No need to put your face closer to the monitor (you just did it, didn’t you?), here’s a zoomed in picture of his straw.
This straw filters contaminated water without the help from chemicals.
This is the LifeStraw Personal Water Filter. It’s said that this straw can remove 99.9999% of waterborne bacteria, including protozoan parasites. It surpasses the EPA standards for water filters, so you know that it’s safe.
Can you believe this LifeStraw?
Yes, this straw can turn the murky waters into a safe, drinking water. It seems impossible, considering that no iodine or chlorine or any other chemical will be used to treat the water.
Don’t worry, millions around the globe has already used this since 2005. It’s 110% safe.
You can drink directly from the flowing river or drink from your bottle.
In case you’re wondering how the LifeStraw purifies the water, read up.
So, if you’re planning to go hiking soon, better make sure that you bring a LifeStraw with you. In case you’re having doubts in using it, just look at these kids.